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... A little late people started making noise about things that were going on. I got my motivation back and I headed out. I made a stop at Taps to join in on a small birthday celebration. Then I hopped on the metro and ended up in a bar on the 16th floor of the Hilton, in shorts and a t-shirt. I met some people there and since nobody else was there we ended up in a bar inside the boat at SeaWorld. Where we had some beers and shots. The amount of beverages might have ...
... for the Star Ferry when we saw an open top hop on/off red bus and ended up buying a 2 day pass for that. We have used them in various cities around the world and found them very good value.
I won't bore you with every detail but just to say the day included:- Star ferry crossing (several)- harbour Cruise- peak Tram (to the peak)- Man Mo Temple
Today we did the red route and are saving the blue route for tomorrow. The green route is having to be ignored ...
... mutheiga and had dirt cheap wine well for HK standards only 140HKD for some very nice Chilean sb. Then quick jaunt down to star ferry again and across to the restaurant some gorgeous din sum G liked the fried veg ones I had the ones filled with soup yum then a whole duck between us! Very different from uk Peking duck but ...
... Monastery which we had a walk around and enjoyed the peace it offers. The statues that dotted the area were amazing and we even saw a service in action in the main temple with some monks, obviously we had to keep our distance and keep quiet.
Just as we decided to head back towards the cable car the rain really started to come down so we watched it pass then headed back toward the cable cars.
One of the shops we saw on our way back, which we somehow managed ...
... rules. It's a strange place, having been under Portuguese rule for a very long time. It looks like a European city and the street signs are in Portuguese and Chinese, although cab drivers don't appear to understand the former. Anyway, we had an enjoyable day there although I think I lost $1.50. But those are the risks you take, boys and girls! Sunday was spent back in Hong Kong, indulging in a bit of art, avoiding rain ...